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coyote tower near montgomery an lombard street. lillian joins us live tonight. lillian? >> carolyn there's a concern the hillside could slide again which is why the city has deemed 3 condo units unw now. >> this rock here 7 cubic yard. >>reporter: san francisco department of public work spokesperson is trying to protect the public from more falling rock caused this section of the hill to give way this morning. boulder snramd a car parked to condo building. crew since working on installing a barrie barrier. >> if we have any further rock fall we are hoping at least we won't get past here and any loose rock will in the get through the safety net puter: m >>reporter: only a temporary solution until tomorrow. that's when engineers hope to determine the stability of the hillside. until then resident at 3 units that are closest to the slide have been told to vacate. order doesn't affect done walker in a different section of the building and home at the time of the slichltd i didn't know it was a ridiculous slide. so you knowed lake an earthquake or something an everything was shaking in
it for february 24th one month from tomorrow. but tonight a new accuser has come forward. carolyn tyler has the story. >>reporter: this morning the sheriff was granted a speedy trial. this afternoon annex girlfriend came forward telling us she is willing to testify against him. the woman whom we are not identifying described the sheriff as a pit bull and bully during her year long relationship with him that began in 2007. woman filed a police report yesterday and tells abc 7 that in one incident he pushed me up against a wall. grabbing my arm and yelling. he caused a bruise that he apologized for. according to court documents the wife lopez accused him of bruising her arm occurring a new years eve confrontation. the shave has pled not guilty to 3 misdemeanor charges. and he has support. >> they are trying to take down a good man who stands for the city and fought for the city passionately. >>reporter: his attorney says this is one of the most over blown cases he has ever seen. >> if in times of the investigation the publicity, the amount of evidence. >>reporter: attorney wagner tol
we are learning more about the story line after the break from the star herself, miss carolyn is in the house everybody stay with us on fox 5 morning news ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] combine a pnc cashbuilder visa credit card with a pnc performance select checking account and get up to 1.75% cash back for just about every purchase. learn more and apply today at pnc.com/cashbuilder. pnc bank. for the achiever in you. >> let's say good morning to today's facebook fan of the day from culpepper virginia she is one of our biggest fans we appreciate that, hope you are having a great day. if you want to be tomorrow's fan of the day search fox 5 morning news, and post a comment under the lovely lakesha's photo. >>> let's head to broadway back to 196 on the set of the award winning musical hair spray. >> reporter: annie yu is getting a behind the scenes look at the production. good morning. >> reporter: good morning alison and steve. yes, hair spray is one of those shows that you have to go out and see once you see it you will want to see it over and over again joining me now is the st
can. >> carolyn is with you as well? >> question. yes. i received a call from about 12:20 from the state central committee asking if i knew how to get ahold of someone from 2-2. at that time they gave me a name, and i tried calling because it's late here. they were in bed. and the chair was also in bed. i needed information, so i came to edith's home and pounded on the door and woke her up and got her up. >> ward 2, precinct 2. who won? >> mitt romney won with 51 votes. rick santorum and ron paul tied with 33 votes each. >> so that's 51 to 33. if this is the missing precinct, wolf, add it up there, mitt romney wins by 20-something votes. >> what's the total for clinton county, romney, santorum, paul? >> oh. are they correct? i haven't done -- i -- oh, god, i added them up. i added them up a couple times. oh, man. i show romney coming up with a total of 437 votes. from clinton county. santorum had 354. perry had 73. paul had 292. huntsman, 12. gingrich, 151. michele bachmann, 62. and there were five votes for herman cain. >> the numbers we just received from the county chairwoma
. >> reporter: tils about the theme. it's the white house. we are thrilled to have carolyn kennedy as the hop rarey chair. her mother founded the historical association. >> reporter: what day is carolyn coming out, ms. kenny? >> she is not. it's in recognition of her mother's great work. she will not be coming. we are open every day starting at 11:00, today. it's $20, general admissions. we have lots of events between now and sunday for people to come and see and learn, fun things lectures, including a saturday lecture at 3:00 with roland mesny, the former white house pastry chef. he will be on stage with gail hattiesburg, the social secretary for president and mrs. reagan. >> what do people love most about this event? >> they love everything to see and do. last night was preview night. we are standing in the lone exhibit. then already events along with the 45 outstanding dealers from across the country and europe. so there's lots to see and do. >> speaking of this exhibit, i'm going to go chat with leslie crohn's, the curator of this exhibit. it's called treasures of the first family. >> tal
. >>> the cable carolyn is back in service -- cable car line is back in service. a problem with the cable forced the line to close down for a few hours. it was fixed just before 9:00 last night. >>> time now 5:08 traffic problems, rain pouring in, sal, what is happening now? >> it is not going to be a great monday so if you leave the house early, it is like asking a lot on a monday to get yourself out the door. but you should this morning if you can or just call ahead and tell them you are running behind taking you longer to get to work. as you drive out to the mcarthur maze, that traffic will be busy and you have heard your reporter saying, almost everywhere you look, some of the pavement has not been. it gets a little bit damp in the rain and this morning's commute is going to be okay on westbound bay bridge so far coming across to san francisco. we have had a lot of fender- benders, 280 southbound looking good and some of the fender benders include standing water, minor accidents on the shoulder, that kind of thing and to give yourself plenty of extra time to get through. let's go to steve.
program called "cnn after dark." >> well, no word on whether edith and carolyn will take us up on the "cnn after dark" because it would be a great show. randi, what do you think? >> i think it is a great idea. let's get them under contract those two ladies. >> such a great night and incredible morning there. randi, i hand it over to you for randi, i hand it over to you for "cnn newsroom" to continue. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> hello, i'm randi kay and it is 1:00 eastern and we have a busy hour ahead. next stop is the new hampshire and there is a new face on board the mitt romney express. and then john mccain who defeated him in the granite state will now endorse mitt romney. this is six days ahead of the primary of 2012. and the governor holds a huge lead in the polling in contrast to iowa where he squeaked out a victory in the caucuses last night by the smallest margin of any presidential contest ever. much more on that in a moment. the guy whose job romney wants is right now in the suburb of cleveland to talk about the economy. we will hear from president obama live at a q
to the secret world of the men. jackie setnor has been a skillet, and i'm going to keep carolyn, but i'll lose him. the only way to interpret what he was going to be part of the secret world where bill graham and the rest all knew that everybody's girlfriends. and they kept a secret. the other part of it was just too he was. jack kennedy was one thing in this case. the old man chased women. gloria swanson has a wonderful story. rose kennedy and joe kennedy or an ocean liner and across the atlantic. it was said to joe, you won't believe who else is on the boat. and joe had set it up where he had his girlfriend on the road with them for the five-day trip. this is the kind of stuff that was outrageous commandments behavior in the day when men could get away with it. >> host: until 1987 where he said solemnly around. the press didn't write about it. castro still today, do you know anybody really who does investigative pieces and puts any researcher time digging up that private life? >> guest: i know a lot of other candidate. >> host: what normally happens is there's a press conference in new york
calls. one to the kennedys, the other to the bissets, this after hope ended of finding john and carolyn alive. >> elian gonzalez is in cuba, and will spend time with his family in havana. >> after five weeks of often bruising political and legal wrangling, the historic presidential election ended last night on two notes of civility. >> nascar superstar dale earnhardt is being remembered as one of the greats in auto racing history. the death overshadowed the finish of the daytona 500. >> for those of you just joining us, abc's continuing live coverage on the terrorist attack on the united states. i'm derek mcginty. and at this hour, emergency crews are sifting through the tons of rubble looking for victims of the world trade center attack. as the rescue efforts here and at the pentagon continue, so does the search for those who did this. >> we begin with breaking news, a continental express plane slams into a house in upstate new york and bursts into flames. there are at least four dozen deaths. >> we begin this morning with the developing story from west virginia, a coal mine explosion
, union leader joseph cm quaid talks about the primary and newt gingrich. carol enda kenny -- carolyn mckinney talks about her endorsement of a ron paul. and the impact of super pacs. "washington journal" is at 7:00 a.m. on c-span. >> everybody leans on the military to neck down. they leave out lawmakers. go ahead and lose hundreds of jobs. that is how that false. that is where it stops. >> ward caroll will discuss how tax dollars are spent on defense department at 8:00 eastern and specific on q&a. -- pacific on q&a. >> now the lesser-known candidates in manchester. they spoke about the economy, government relations, energy, and foreign policy. in new hampshire will hold the first primaries next tuesday. this is an hour and 50 minutes. >> good evening, everyone. good evening, everyone. i am the executive director here. i want to welcome you all to the forum. we do many events here. it is the home for politics. i invite you to the web site, and to get our news letter and find out what is happening. this evening, i want to mention a few things. thank you to c-span for being here this ev
maimed carolyn and edith saved the day. >> i added them a couple of times. oh, man. >> they explained a glitch that cleared up the mystery of some missing returns that put mitt romney over the top. >> if that's are the final numbers -- >> numbers don't match. >> well -- i will explain. >> by 3:30 in the morning, caucus coverage was temporarily renamed "cnn after dark." news music was replaced by barry white. anderson was not loving this gizmo. >> again, with the social media screen. my lord, this is the third hit. i still don't understand what the hell this shows. >> anderson had his weebles. jeanne moos, cnn, new york. >> that was some of my favorite stuff. except when anderson started like singing porn music. i guess jeanne moos left that one out. >> i was coming in from my apartment by the time i get in here everybody will be heading out. there was laughter coming from the control
night when a couple of iowa republican officials named carolyn and edith saved the day. >> i added them up a couple times. oh, man. >> reporter: they explained a glitch that cleared up the mystery of some missing returns that put mitt romney over the top. >> these are the final numbers. >> what do you mean the numbers don't match? >> i'll explain it. >> reporter: by 3:30 in the morning caucus coverage was temporarily renamed cnn after dark. news music. it was replaced by barry white. bill anderson wasn't loving this gizmo. >> media. >> again with the social media screen. my lord. this is the third hit. i still don't understand what the hell this thing shows. >> reporter: anderson had his weebles in a knott. jeanne moos, cnn, new york. >>> as you just saw, caucus nietd in iowa would not have been the same without caroline and edith, they are the republican official alzheimer's that went that extra mile to relay critical voting information to the state's republican party. they knew they had the vote tally for a missing precinct. edith was asleep but that didn't stop caroline. >> i took of
worked hard in getting everything together. carolyn and jane, i have to mention to all of you. why does it take so long? every packet is individual in terms of numbers of things and percentages of things. i really appreciate their help. is not glamorous work. thank you very much. [applause] before we go through the packets, i would like to talk about a few general comments regarding the caucuses coming up. if you have not had a chance to meet your counterpart tonight, please try to do so before you leave. the caucus chairs -- we were saying it was important for you to come. secretaries, also crucial. reporters, it was not necessary for you to attend if any of you are hereby you are welcome. if you could maybe look on the list and find their name and if you happen to see them get a chance to introduce ourselves to them. thank you all for your service and dedication. i really appreciate and i know it is a busy time of year for all of us. january 3 would not be my choice. we were put in that predicament. we had to step it up a little bit and i appreciate you taking the time. this is a gras
this will be my first election. host: thank you for calling us today. new hampshire, carolyn is calling us. did you see the event or did you watch it on tv? caller: i was watching it on channel 16, but then i drove up town to see what the parking situation was and then we decided to come back home. host: well, there was quite a crowd here so you probably had the warmer of the two choices. did you come out because you support him or have you made up your mind? caller: i have made up my mind, and it is jon huntsman. i met rick santorum last night. he is personal and pleasant. he is too far right on social issues for me. one of the other concerns i have, one of the reasons i like huntsman and romney too is there executive experience. i feel santorum does not have that kind of management experience that i feel is very important. huntsman also has great international experience. i just wanted to call in and let you know how i was -- host: tell us how your candidate is doing with voters here in new hampshire. do you think he is connecting? caller: people i talked to when i say i am supporting huntsma
newspaper's endorsement of new gingrich. then, carolyn mckinney discusses where newspapers endorsement. then, a discussion on the impact of the 2012 campaign. watch "washington journal" at 7:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. now, ron paul posts 8 am meeting in new hampshire. -- hosts a town hall meeting in new hampshire. [applause] [applause] >> thank you. thank you very much. >> thank you for coming out tonight. rather than be doing the introductions, i want to introduce kelly. [applause] >> i am very excited tonight to introduce dr. paul. he is just wonderful. i am an independent, not a republican, not a democrats. dr. paul is somebody that is just completely different and everything that is out there. it is not status quo. i am really hoping tonight that some undecideds will get a chance to ask him some questions and understand and you will be able to see the differences between his ideas and the rest of it. i will let him get right on it. jim is going to ask him some questions and then we'll open it up to the audience. [applause] >> i will ask a few questions. my first question, dr. paul, you s
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